Preparing students for the virtual organisation: an evaluation of learning with virtual learning technologies

  title={Preparing students for the virtual organisation: an evaluation of learning with virtual learning technologies},
  author={Trish Andrews and Gavin Schwarz},
  journal={Educational Technology & Society},
The paper explores the development of learning behaviours in a virtual management course and the factors that impacted on this development. Data suggest that most teams experienced three kinds of learning behaviours – social, operational and content learning. We propose that the need for technical expertise and team participation will vary during these different stages of learning. Addressing the characteristics of these stages, we comment on the development of a ‘completion phase’ of team… CONTINUE READING

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